Assam CM

Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma during an election rally in Telangana said that Babur, Aurangzeb, and Nizam cannot live long in the history of India.

Chief Minister Sarma addressing a gathering said that just like the scrapping of Article 370 and the beginning of the construction of Ram Mandir, the names of the Nizams and Owaisis will be written off.

He claimed that the day for this is not far.

He added that he was sure that the legacy of Nizam will come to an end and soon a new culture based on Indian civilization will emerge.

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He also claimed that every time a dictator becomes a Chief Minister or Prime minister, the country or state witnesses an emergency-like situation.

He claimed that dictatorship will no longer work in Telangana.

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However, reacting to the comments and statements by the Chief Minister, TRS MLA and the daughter of K Chandrashekar Rao Kalvakuntla Kavithayour in a tweet said, “Your remarks today once again restated the intent of BJP to erase the glorious history of Telangana. I wonder, why you & your party are so threatened with the idea of unity? Did you forget the verdict of Telangana in 2018, where BJP lost deposits on 107 seats?”

Himanta Biswa Sarma in a response tweet said, “Also, to remind you, BJP once upon a time won just 2 Lok Sabha seats, but now the example is in front of you.”

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